Series Review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

Series Review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi was one of my favourite series when it first came out, and I was thrilled when I heard that there would be three new books added to the original trilogy. The concept of the series is very original, and the writing is beautiful. I also enjoyed the characters and their complexities. Unfortunately, the new books are weak compared to the first three, and they ruined the series as a whole for me. Continue reading

Book Review: Followers by Megan Angelo

Book Review: Followers by Megan Angelo

Followers by Megan Angelo is a sci-fi book that will give the reader pause. The concept is shocking and addresses many issues in today’s society. It also contains characters that are spellbinding and interesting, yet all have something to hide. It really questions the way we live our lives attached to our online personas. Continue reading

Series Review: Legend by Marie Lu

Series Review: Legend by Marie Lu

Legend by Marie Lu is an action-packed series about a plague and government secrecy. June and Day are remarkable main characters, and the setting is fully developed. I adored this series, and I would definitely recommend it to fans of dystopian novels. Continue reading

Review: The Light at the Bottom of the World

Review: The Light at the Bottom of the World

The Light at the Bottom of the World by London Shah is a book with a fascinating concept but mediocre execution. The plot is thrilling at first but quickly becomes like many other dystopian novels, and the main character seems immature. I did enjoy the world building, however, and I believe the submerged world will appeal to many. Continue reading

Book Review: Internment by Samira Ahmed

Book Review: Internment by Samira Ahmed

Internment by Samira Ahmed is a horrifying glimpse into the future, as it portrays an internment camp for Muslim Americans. The book is filled with tension, and the main character is dauntless in her fight for freedom. The believability of the story also enhances its influence. I would consider this to be a must-read as it contains such an important message. Continue reading